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Revolutionary Rant: Club Nintendo Rewards

Posted on Saturday, July 2 @ 08:29:35 Eastern by
In this business, it's either free, or you know... not free. Like.. when stuff costs money, that means you have to pay for it. When stuff doesn't cost money, then it's free. This is how the world works. I'm not your dad or anything, but this is a life lesson I'll continue trying to teach you people. Frankly, it's embarrassing how some gamers are reacting to the free Club Nintendo rewards they're getting this year.

It's absolutely, 100% true that they had to buy a bunch of Nintendo sh** to get to this point. They were practically forced at gun point to buy Nintendo games, hardware, and accessories. Haven't you ever seen the Nintendo representative in every Target store, standing buy the Nintendo display cases with a revolver in his or her hand? Basically if you even glance at a Nintendo product, they start waving the gun around until you ask for the Target employee to come and open the case for you.

Yeah and then they follow you home and force you to enter the little code from inside the game box. I mean, Nintendo has gotten pretty violent lately!

No, of course they haven't. Honestly, if you're not thrilled by the Elite and Gold rewards know this: no one cares. Keep your disappointment to yourself. No one told you to go and buy every single Nintendo product under the sun just so you could get some free crap. Seriously, just shut the f*** up. Enjoy your pins and your desk calendar and shut the f*** up.

Seriously, the Internet is not a gigantic platform created for the express purpose of bitching and moaning about something you have no right or reason to bitch and moan about. Just f*** you, you stupid babies.

At least you have some thing to complain about... I didn't even qualify....


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